New month, new updates – right? As it seems that we are starting to be able to see the light at the end of the tunnel, we wanted to share some updates with how this pandemic will affect businesses going forward, how it has affected millennials, and live updates. Check it out!

Follow the Coronavirus Updates Live

If you haven’t been tracking the virus or the live-updates with statistics and numbers – this one is for you. You can narrow down results by state, cities, and towns and know exactly where new cases are popping up, or recovering. Check it out.

All the Things COVID-19 Will Change Forever, According to 30 Top Experts

What is life going to be like after the pandemic once quarantine ends? Working from home is looking it will become the new normal, the speed of digital migration will increase, and we’ll be turning to virtual education. Check out updates according to these experts, here.

Want to Recharge Your Business During the Lockdown? Start Hiring Now.

“It takes an average of two to five months to fill a key position in an organization, from the first interview to offer acceptance. This means now is the perfect time to start utilizing remote work resources to establish a virtual process for hiring the talent you will need in the months ahead.” If you haven’t already, now is the time to start the hiring process for your business before quarantine ends. Here’s why.

The ‘Loneliest Generation’ Gets Lonelier: How Millennials Are Dealing With the Anxieties of Isolation and the Uncertainties of Life After Quarantine

“55% of respondents in a survey by the Benenson Strategy Group said the coronavirus has affected their mental health”. Fifty-five percent. Luckily, there are some positive changes happening. Check it out.

Proposal: You Get $700 To Self-Isolate for Coronavirus

A financial incentive to self-quarantine? Past public health officials have sent a letter to the US Senate for some goals for the economy. Like paying individuals per day for self-isolating. This is not to be confused with a stimulus check. They are classifying this proposal as a “behavioral-based” proposal. Keep reading here.